Meet the ReScore Group
The ReScore research team was founded by recent graduates from Columbia University's Sustainability Management program. Now the team is composed of two active members Juliette Barre and Deborah Stern. They are sustainability experts with diverse backgrounds and a solid interest in sustainability metrics. They share a common goal: improve sustainability data management.
Juliette is Sustainability Manager at Tennaxia North America since February 2015. Previously she was a Junior Sustainable Development Coordinator at Technip, a leading international engineering company in the Oil & Gas sector. She participated to the annual CSR report which tracks environmental and social data and communicates on all Technip material issues: governance, human rights, local content, supply chain... in the 50 countries Technip is implanted. Juliette holds two master degrees: a MS in Environmental Science from the University of Copenhagen, and a MS in Public Policies and Strategies for Environment from AgroParisTech. Passionate by all the topics linked to sustainability and innovation, her professional goal is to help private and public businesses to create sustainable and meaningful outcomes for the society.
Deborah E. Stern
Deborah is Founding Principal and CEO of 2020 Strategies, LLC, and the initiator of the ReScore project with collaborators, Triana Group and Tennaxia. She assembled the first ReScore research team and has served as senior advisor on each of the research projects.
Kristina holds a Master of Science in Sustainability
Management from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University. She has several year’s experience in marketing and project management for a not-for-profit in her native Norway. In addition to her work in the non-profit sector, Kristina has had several engagements in business consulting, among others for Ernst & Young in Oslo. Kristina recently conducted research for the Earth Institute’s Research Program on Sustainability Management and Policy, and is the co-author of an upcoming publication on the impact of environmental regulation on job markets.
Born and raised in Berlin, Germany, Chris received his Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of San Francisco in 2010. After working for a year in San Francisco for an online start-up company called Zoosk, Chris moved to New York in 2012 where he worked for two different start-up companies called Ivydate.com and Adaffair. In the fall of 2012 Chris started the Sustainability Management program at Columbia University from which he graduated in May 2014. During that time Chris has gained experience as a Finance Intern for Grameen America, an Aquanaut Research Intern at the Columbia Water Center and as a Process Management Graduate Intern at Per Scholas before joining Triana and Tennaxia in August of 2014.
Angie is currently a graduate student at Columbia University, pursuing a Master of Science in Sustainability Management. She holds Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences, with a minor concentration in Environmental Engineering, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles. Prior to beginning the program at Columbia, Angie worked as an Environmental Engineer for Alcoa, and has a solid background in Environmental, Health, and Safety compliance. There, she served as the chemical release and waste coordinator for a smelter facility in Washington and as an air coordinator at a refining facility in Texas. During her time at Columbia, she worked as a Research and Administrative Intern at the Earth Institute, as well as a Disclosure Services Intern at the Carbon Disclosure Project.
Charlotte has an extensive background in environmental marketing and communications, as well as a solid technical understanding of energy efficiency principles and environmental, social and governance issues. Charlotte holds a Master of Science in Sustainability Management from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business with a concentration in Marketing from James Madison University. Before going back to school Charlotte worked for several years as the marketing manager for Green Seal Inc., an environmental certification organization. While completing her master’s degree, she held a few contract positions including a fellowship with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Climate Corps working with the Chicago Public School District.